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Should I cheat because apparently the gluten free pasta there is no good? 14 votes
1. Cheat and eat something not gluten free?
Yes, but eat something like meat, rather than pasta0
Go ahead, it's a rare outing0
Avoid it, stay gluten free...don't want to embarass yourself with gas0
They might make comments or judge you, just eat a normal meal0
2. Is the gluten-free pasta gross? Specify experience below
Not for gluten free
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